Brief: ATIC Global Vehicle Regulation Research Department reminds you that please pay attention to the following information for the update of global vehicle regulations in March2023.
- The European Union released the draft to revise the EU 2015/758 (eCall)
- The European Union released small series certification proposals for M2, M3, N2, and N3
- India released final draft of Driver Drowsiness and Attention Warning System (DDAW)
- Australia released the Exposure Draft of the Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System (AVAS) for electric vehicles
GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE REGULATIONS UPDATE SPOTLIGHT FOR APRIL 2023
European Union: The EU released the eCall revision draft on April 25, 2023, amending Article 5(8) of EU 2015/758, The revised background is since mobile network operators plan a gradual phasing out of 2G/3G networks between 2025 and 2030, there is an urgent need to adapt emergency call systems to the newest packet-switched communication networks (4G/5G), the revised content is as follows:
1) The version of EN 16072:2015 is upgraded to EN 16072:2022, and this item will take effect on the 20th day after publication in the Official Journal of the European Union;
2) EN 16062:2015 is replaced by CEN/TS 17184:2022; EN 16454:2015 is replaced by CEN/TS 17240:2018, and this item is applicable from January 1, 2027;
3) The version of EN 15722:2015 is upgraded to EN 15722:2020, and this item will take effect on the 20th day after publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.
European Union: EU released the Small series Certification proposal for M2,M3,N2,N3, provided by the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association, which aims to extend Small series Certification from M1,N1 to all M,N.
India: India released the final draft of the Driver Drowsiness and Attention Warning (DDAW) system, which harmonises the EU regulation requirements for Driver Drowsiness and Attention Warning (DDAW) systems.
Australia: Australia released the electric vehicle Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System (AVAS) draft for comments. Feedback time: March 28, 2023 to May 26, 2023. Australia plans to adopt ECE R138/01, which is currently in the stage of soliciting opinions. In the European Union, ECE R138/01 applies to light and heavy vehicles (M, N), however in Australia, the introduction of AVAS is currently only proposed for light electric vehicles (MA(M1), MB(M1), MC(M1) and NA(N1)) .
ATIC GLOBAL VEHICLE REGULATIONS DATABASE APRIL 2023 UPDATE SUMMARY
Summary by region:
ECE: 91 updates
EC: 7 updates
Korea: 9 updates
India: 2 updates
Vietnam: 1 update
New Zealand: 1 update
Australia: 2 updates
Summary by regulation status:
Formal Regulation: 12updates
Draft: 101 updates
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